As with all our students, students with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) are valued members of the school community and make a strong contribution to its success. Riverside School complies with the “Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0 to 25 years” June 2014 (updated May 2015). Our policy outlined below shows the action we take to provide a secure and positive environment for students with SEND, in which all can achieve well and be successful. Our policy describes the responsibilities of our staff and the partnership we seek to establish with parents in providing a positive transition to secondary education and a successful school experience for children with SEND, whether or not they have an Educational Health and Care Plan (EHC)

If you have any enquiries relating to Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) provision at Riverside School that you wish to be addressed, please contact Mrs Del Rio (the Special Educational Needs coordinator) by using our contact page here.

SEND Policy

SEND Contacts in school

Special Educational Needs Information Report

The Riverside Additional Provision Offer Map

Riverside School Statement Pupil Transition Policy

Outside School Agencies SEND offer

Key terms and what they mean